Meet the startups selected for Future Hub 2nd Program!
We are ready for lift-off! It's time to meet the 8 top European sustainability startups selected for our 2nd program! These selected startups will join leading Baltic enterprises Citadele bank, Latvenergo, Rimi Baltic, and Latvian Post to develop solutions for companies’ sustainability challenges during the 2-month co-creation program. You also have a chance to meet the startups face to face (meaning screen to screen) during the kick-off event of the program already those Wednesday, October 6!
Startups selected for Future Hub second program
Four market-leading Baltic enterprises - Citadele bank, Latvenergo, Rimi Baltic Group, and Latvian Post have all presented their business sustainability challenges for the accelerator program. To foster co-creation, the Helve team selected the best startup solutions for cooperation with these enterprises during the second Future Hub program:
Applied AI Solution Provider
Compensate is a nonprofit combating climate change by offering everyone easy access to carbon capture
Integrates consumers & energy systems to enable better integration of renewables and reduce CO2
Industrial Analytics (Germany)
Platform-agnostic machine monitoring solution for turbomachinery (also known as heavy rotating machinery)
Energy trading optimization platform
Supplier of innovative reusable packaging and transport ecosystems
Reusable packaging solutions for online retailers in Europe and the US
Urgentem (United Kingdom)
Provider of emissions data and climate risk analytics to the finance industry
Join the program Kick-off on October 6
Those interested in meeting the selected startups and hearing their pitches are invited to Future Hub’s second program's online kick-off event on October 6. The event will also include a panel discussion “Reaching Sustainability Goals Through Innovation,” where Vladislavs Mironovs, Chief Strategy & Business Development Officer, Member of the Management Board at Citadele bank, Liudvikas Aleiliunas, Corporate Responsibility Manager at Rimi Baltic Group, Raitis Sturmanis, Technical Project Manager at Latvijas Pasts, and Deniss Kiselovs, Head of Mobility and Energy Management at Latvenergo, will discuss their goals and motivation for co-creating within the accelerator. The discussion will be moderated by Marija Ručevska, Co-founder and General Partner at Helve.